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Water Damage
Water can move through your home or business very fast; many areas are not visible to the naked eye. It is very important to respond quickly to water damage so you can extract the water before it starts to damage other materials in your home or business.
Fire Damage Restoration
During the course of a fire, smoke and soot will cover areas throughout a structure. Also, during a fire, it is typical for water damage to be throughout a building from heavily impacted areas near the source or mildly impacted areas away from the source.
Mold Removal
Mold needs water, a food source, oxygen and a temperature between 40 degrees and 100 degrees Fahrenheit in order to grow. If you discover mold in your home or business it’s best to call a professional to correctly remove it.
Wind/Tree Damage
Wind and tree damage can come without warning, and in most cases makes it difficult for a homeowner to receive the immediate response they need. Be prepared by knowing your local restoration company and who to call in the middle of the night in case a tree falls on your home.
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Emergency Restoration Services

First Restoration Services employees trained and certified technicians who are on call 24-hours a day. Our ability to quickly identify water damage and construct/execute a plan to pre-loss condition will undoubtedly prove to be a benefit to insurance companies and well as the insured. We own all our equipment, a fleet of transport vehicles and a 10,400 sq. ft. state of the art restoration cleaning facility. The emergency water damage cleanup process needs to happen immediately to help prevent additional damage from water. We are licensed general contractors and help you with your emergency water damage project from beginning to end in one seamless process. Trust us to get the job done right the first time.

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FLOOD WATER DAMAGE CLEAN UP

Staying in line with the information above, let’s first determine what type of water has flooded the structure. For this instance, let’s say you have outside groundwater flooding your home or business. First Restoration Services treats groundwater like sewage because it basically is with all the contaminants…

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How To Remove Mold

Can you kill mod? What does mold need to thrive? The four main steps to removing mold starting with the first step, to properly removing mold is to get an air quality professional (Industrial Hygienist) to test the affected areas. With the test results, the air quality professional will be capable of writing up a protocol on how to remove the mold in your home.

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Apartment Fire Damage Restoration

First Restoration Services completed an apartment fire damage restoration project in Asheville, NC. The scope of work consisted of 14 units, with 4 of the units being completely destroyed. After being called out by the fire department, FRS immediately began the board up and securing the scene. A lot of time and effort went into restoring the lives and homes for all the tenants. Watch the video to see the full project timeline and people involved. Experience what it’s like to see a home fire in a 3D walkthrough.

Emergency Water Damage Cleanup

Disasters can happen quickly and most times without warning. You never know when basic services, such as gas, electricity, water or telephones will be cut off. Your family must be prepared for this by preparing and planning. Knowing what to do is your best protection and your responsibility. Here are some ways to be prepared for a disaster restoration.

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Standard of Care

First Restoration Services follows the standards put in place by IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration Certification). The IICRC standards serve to develop common, industry-accepted language and terminology that enables us to more universally discuss concepts and procedures regarding cleaning, inspection, and restoration. The IICRC is an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) member and accredited standards developer. ANSI is responsible for overseeing the development of national consensus standards and verifying that the requirements for due process, consensus, and other criteria for approval have been met by the standard’s developer.